Mighty Jarrah Trail Run

Mighty Jarrah Trail Run


Thanks for yesterdays event it was heaps of fun! Is there somewhere we can access race results online?
Thank you so much to all the organisers for putting together such an incredible local event (I did the trail run). Lots of hard work goes into making sure these events are successful. The weather just added an interesting layer 😃. I look forward to doing this again next year.
If anyone is looking for the photo's of the Almighty Jarrah 21km at Big Bertha and after pine o clean search facebook for "Photography by Naomi" she has lots on her facebook site.
Is there a cutoff for the half marathon?
To all of you who were planning to do the Mighty Jarrah. There is now a replacement event being run by Single Track Minds on the same day in Dwellingup. Head to the website for details
Great to have another trail race in such a cracking location. A seriously fast course that will appeal to road and trail runners alike. The single track on the bibbulmum was awesome, The course was well marked and the volunteers brilliant as ever. The elite thing is just very confusing as far as I know there are no pro trail runners in wa, so people like Richard are the elites in our sport. This is just feedback as the event was overall was a lot of fun.
Really great event guys! Great work for your first one. Will be back next year.
Thank you for such a great event👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼 We'll be back next year for sure! Loved it! Well done🙌🏼👏🏻👏🏻
Had a fantastic morning. A well organised event and a great atmosphere. Thank You to all tbe volunteers and organisers.
I've never finished first in a race and felt a bit disappointed.
I really enjoyed the course today but was left with a bit of a bitter taste at the presentations. I don't race for prizes, but when prizes are advertised then not paid out because of wording it's not good. When I registered my options were 40-49 or elite, there was no apparent difference in entry fee or conditions made clear on the form. I can confidently line up at the start line and say I fit in the 40-49 category. If on the other hand I call myself elite and a bus load of Kenyans turn up I feel a bit of a di****ad! It's not the sum that's important to people, it's the award. Had there been no prizes I'd have come away really happy at beating some very decent (not elite) runners.
My friend took home a nice cash award in the 10k after also not calling himself elite? The first 3 home in the race billed as the "Almighty" are not so happy 🙁
I honestly don't think you're numbers would not be negatively impacted by having no cash prizes, but if they are to remain then just pay them out to the first 3 across the line.

I'm sure most people will go away with some really good thoughts on the inaugural event. The course was good and quick, the marking was as good as any trail race I've done and having the lead bike was cool 👍 I think there's just cultural differences between trail runners and triathletes we need to be aware of when crossing the boundaries 😉
Thanks to all the organisers and volunteers for a great trail run today. Beautiful scenery, sensational weather and a good time had by all. 🏃‍♀️🌤🌿

This trail run event is in its 4th year and will be held on Sat 19th September & showcases the wider Dwellingup area with a half marathon and 12km & 6km distances as well as a doggie dash!

Operating as usual


2020 Mighty Jarrah Trail Run

Official Video from the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run

A few pictures from the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run 19th September 2020 (Dwellingup, WA) 21/09/2020

A few pictures from the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run 19th September 2020 (Dwellingup, WA)

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Results — Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100

What a day. Thank you all for coming down.

Results are online here: https://www.dwellingup100.com.au/results



Ancient Chinese Proverb - Never take a photo of your boss before 6am!

Remember to take some good (better than this) snaps today because you could be a winner! (even if you finished last)

Upload to Instagram, tag:
Act-Belong-Commit and use #actbelongcommit for your chance to win a $150 Dwellingup Adventures voucher


Plan today, save time tomorrow.

Don't be caught out and miss your start time!


They say knowledge is power..... this must be a gift then!

Read the Race Briefing and know whats what on course!



COVID Change No. 8

Please maintain physical distancing when attending the presentations


All the information you need about the race is in the Participant Booklet, which you can get right, here!



The clock is ticking, if you haven't signed up, I'd do it now!!


COVID Change No. 7

Important to share this with those who are spectating too!!

Get it here: http://ow.ly/ziJz50BnR83


COVID Change No. 6

See accordingly, it will reduce overtaking - you can ask people what pace they plan to run.

Remember to still distance when corralling!

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The Final Countdown

That's right, just 1 weeks left to register!!!!!
The forecast is good.
It's time to sign up: http://ow.ly/TnXe50BnNGa

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COVID Change No.5

This applies to the Aid Station on the 21km course and at recovery.
Please be mindful of touching other cups.


Current forecast is 20c and overcast. A great spring day run on the cards.... who's bringing their dog along?



COVID Change No.4

This is one easy, it's like we've physical distancing all our lives!


The Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 & Mighty Jarrah Trail Run are proudly supported by Koda Nutrition, providing event nutrition to keep you going out on course.

Visit Simon at the Koda tent on event day to pick up your free gel, thanks Koda!


COVID Change No.3

Keeping our hands off your food.
So please use the bins for the litter - thank you


Just 11 days left until the event.

Get your registrations in today!!


COVID Change No. 2

This might be a benefit really...


We have made a few changes this year due to COVID-19. Over the next 12 days we will be announcing the changes we have made, and information to make your run safe and successful.

First up, No Massages, sorry. Bring your foam roller!


Opinion poll: pristine trails, or a little rough n ready?
‘Like’ which one you prefer....


Just over two weeks left to register.

Trainers/paws at the ready!



There's so much to do around Visit Dwellingup why not stay and make a weekend of it (or even a week!)

If you want to camp, check out the details here: https://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/lane-poole-reserve


Helping is good for the mental health.... and it's good for the event.

We have a variety of task, so if you are spectating, in the area or wanting to do good, we'd love a helping hand.



Give those fluffs a cuddle! (maybe buy them an entry into the Doggy Dash!!)

Happy Dog Day!

Happy International Dog Day 🐾❤️

Which one are you this morning? 🐶😆

Introduce your pooch and show us a pic 👇💬

📷 Susie Cunningham


Who’s been to Dwellingup to prep for the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run? We say any excuse to head to Dwellingup is a good one ?

No better place to train #dwellingup100 #mightyjarrahtrailrun #visitdwellingup


We have just a few weekends until the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run - and we can't wait!!

Laughter and fun all the way around!

Get yourselves entered here: https://www.dwellingup100.com.au/mighty-jarrah-trail-run


So you know you want to run, but which distance??
6, 12 or 21km?

Let us know in the comments.

*please note, our courses are WAY better signed than this!!


Training is well under way for some of the hottest stars on the four-legged WA running scene.

Go on, send us a pic of your training (with or without fluff-friend)


Thank you Mark!
We are still able to go ahead with the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run!
Our COVID Safe plan was designed under the Phase 4 restrictions and that is how it will stay.
Keep training and stay safe - we'll see you in a month!

Since we entered Phase 4 of the roadmap, most Western Australians have been enjoying a way of life that is mostly back to normal.

While we enjoy a COVID-safe life, I do have an update regarding the next phase of eased restrictions, as well as the Perth Royal Show.

Unfortunately, based on the latest health advice, we’ve had to make the decision to extend Phase 4 for a further two months.

And in line with that decision, we’ve had to cancel this year’s Perth Royal Show – as we cannot be certain that it can be staged without risk.

Throughout this crisis, I am so proud of the way our State has responded.

Obviously the situation in Victoria is one we watch very closely and it is pleasing to see a recent improvement in their daily new case numbers.

We also are closely monitoring cases in other States as well – so we can better prepare ourselves for when we do have an outbreak here.

While we have had no community transmission in Western Australia for 129 days now, we simply can’t afford to get complacent, because the virus could sneak back into WA and spread like wildfire.

The updated roadmap for WA, announced in June, included details about Phase 5 and Phase 6.

Back then, we announced a tentative date for Phase 5 though we were clear that it would only be introduced pending the latest health advice from our Chief Health Officer.

Phase 5 will result in the removal of the 2 square metre rule and the removal of the 50 per cent capacity limit for major venues, like Optus Stadium.

Since the initial announcement of those phases, we’ve delayed Phase 5 by two weeks on three separate occasions. I understand that these short extensions have created uncertainty.

It’s difficult for many people across our community and across a wide section of industries to properly plan.

Today, our Chief Health Officer has recommended a further extension of Phase 4 by two months.

He has advised that it could take two months or longer for the outbreaks in Victoria to be fully under control.

On his advice, the new tentative start date of Phase 5 will now be Saturday, October 24.

We will likely provide clarity in October about whether or not we can proceed with this timeline, or if the date could be brought forward.

I know this will cause frustration and challenges for some sections of the community.

I know many people were hoping and planning for Phase 5 to be introduced sooner - and this decision will throw those plans out.

But proceeding to Phase 5 too soon is just not appropriate right now.

By remaining in Phase 4 for longer, it assists us in reducing the numbers of people who could be potentially exposed and requiring health responses, should an outbreak occur in our State.

Western Australia is leading the nation when it comes to COVID-19. We can’t afford to take any unnecessary risks now.

In that respect, I also have some news regarding the Perth Royal Show.

In July, we announced that the Perth Royal Show would go ahead, and we provided funding to support that event.

At the time, that announcement was based on the anticipated move to Phase 5 being on July 18.

Yesterday, the Chief Health Officer provided updated advice to the State Government about the Show.

From a public health perspective, the Royal Show provides a number of significant challenges during this pandemic.

Not only does the large number of visitors and indoor venues at the show present challenges, but the show has a number of high frequency contact surfaces that would pose too big a risk.

Holding the Royal Show is just not possible this year.

If, somehow COVID-19 was present at the Show, it would lead to a significant outbreak.

It would result in the spread of COVID-19 in our community, like we have never seen before in WA.

Put simply, this is a serious risk, and it’s one that I think Western Australia cannot afford to take.

Obviously this news will be disappointing for many families, for many businesses and of course our regional farming communities.

I wish the Show could go ahead, but we have to listen to the health advice – after all it’s worked well for us throughout the pandemic so far.

As Premier, I have to put the health and safety of the whole community first.

We will work closely with the Royal Agricultural Society to make sure they can deliver a vibrant Perth Royal Show in future years.

The Show will be back.

If we all keep doing the right thing, and our hard border remains in place – we give ourselves the best chance at avoiding this virus from causing havoc through our community.

It’s the hard work of all Western Australians and our hard border policy that has allowed us to open up our economy more than any other State.

We’re in the best possible position right now. Let’s try to keep it that way.

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8 Best Perth Dog Friendly Walking Trails ​

For those pups training for the 6km Doggy Dash, share this with your owner...!!

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Had a change of heart?

Our optional change of heart policy can be purchased at an additional cost of $10 per entrant.

This entitles participants to a FULL refund on their event entry should they need to withdraw for whatever reason. Participants will need to notify event staff of their withdrawal in writing no later than one hour prior to their advertised race start time by emailing [email protected]

Policy must be purchased at the time of rego, cannot be added after


Here's something that might appeal to some....!

Looking for something a little bit beyond the normal?

Thinking about doing the 60km and 21km? Or 35km and 12km? It's possible!!

(*note - we are unable to hold the start times for the run - so make sure you can get off the bike in time!)

Check out the event timings and work out what you want to do: www.dwellingup100.com.au/event-timings


Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100

A little COVID update from the organiser. We are doing our best, and we know you are too!

As a final note, please rest assured that all entry fees are being held in trust by our online registration platform until we are able to deliver the event. Should government restrictions be re-imposed and the event need to be cancelled due to COVID-19 your entry fees will be reimbursed minus a small admin fee. We’ve also introduced our ‘change of heart’ registration option this year, whereby for a small fee, you can cancel your registration for any reason up to one hour prior to start time and we’ll give you back 100% of your entry fee. We hope these small steps will give you confidence to register for our events early, so that we can provide you with the best experience possible. We can’t wait to see you in September!!


Just think, not long ago you weren't allowed outside....!!

Make the most it and stretch those legs.

Visit Dwellingup


Our Story

The Mighty Jarrah Trail Run enters it’s fourth year in 2020 after being launched in 2017 with great success as a sister event to the Dwellingup 100 MTB Classic. The trail run features a Half Marathon, 12km & Mini 6km distances which are designed to suit participants of all ages and abilities. This year’s trail run event will be held on Sat 19th September & showcases the wider Dwellingup area, taking in plenty of great trails through the picturesque forest.

You can also bring your furry friend! The 6km trail hosts the Doggie Dash for you to bring your best friend along to.

Registrations are now open so head to https://www.dwellingup100.com.au to sign up!

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2020 Mighty Jarrah Trail Run
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